Bullish distributor Fone Logistics has struck its fifth deal in just eight weeks, after inking a reseller contract with netbook specialist Asus.
Under the terms of the deal, Fone Logistics will supply the EE Top range to its dealer network and offer end users wrap-around bundle deals on the 3 network including mobile broadband and 3 mobile minutes.
Julien Parven, marketing and sales director at Fone Logistics, said: “The deal with Asus allows us to extend our opportunities and grow our portfolio within the cellular and IT reseller market, it is an ideal fit for us.
“What makes this product range so attractive to us as a distributor is that the products are so low in price and this gives more value to our dealers. They also look attractive, but don’t have the same high price tag as the more established prices.”
Other contracts won by Fone Logistics in the past two months include a deal with business telecom specialist Qualitel, a deal with Vodafone for fixed-line products, a home broadband deal with Virgin Media and a distribution deal with Samsung to supply its B2700 handset to the construction market.
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